fiera

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fiera (accusative singular fieran, plural fieraj, accusative plural fierajn)

  1. proud

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fiera

  1. third-person singular future of fier

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fiera

  1. proud

Italian[edit]

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Etymology 1[edit]

Feminine of fiero.

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fiera

  1. feminine singular of fiero

Etymology 2[edit]

From Late Latin feria < Latin feriae.

Noun[edit]

fiera f (plural fiere)

  1. fair, exhibition
  2. trade show, trade fair
    Synonyms: fiera campionaria, salone
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  • Albanian: Fier

Etymology 3[edit]

From Latin fera, from ferus.

Noun[edit]

fiera f (plural fiere)

  1. wild animal

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Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin fera, from ferus.

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fiera f (plural fieras)

  1. wild animal, beast
  2. (colloquial) firecracker, spitfire, dragon (a feisty and aggressive woman with a lot of energy)

fiera m or f (plural fieras)

  1. fiend; nut
    un fiera de las manualidadesan art nut
  2. (colloquial) beast, demon (someone who is really strong or excels at something, especially something athletically but can also be extended figuartively as well)

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